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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - November 20, 1970, Florence, South Carolina2 a Friday Novemb 20, 1970 Fetn Riig Frum poet finds Hope in human decency Philadelphia Apar Chi Bald Macleish has turned his poet s Eye to contemporary Ari Erica and fears for the Sou of a nation whose culture is marred by violence and drugs but finds Hope in the human decency of is something terrible happening to the human soul or psyche Call it what you he said in an interview in the Philadelphia evening bulletin before giving a poetry Reading wednesday night. What frightens you is the sense that the floor you stand Pii your human self your he Navy club rocks but few girls san Diego Calif a the brass room has made its debut Here with hard Rock music hip Wall posters and plenty of Young naval officers just As the chief of naval operations planned it. But there s one big problem not enough girls. The hard Rock music club opened wednesday night at the Haval station on direct orders of . Elmo Zumwalt jr., who has directed that five such clubs be established on the East and West coasts for officers under 30 years old to encourage them to slay in the Navy. The brass room is the first. The Wall Hung posters of . Fields and of the movie easy a five Man combo played the top Rock tunes and Navy in civilian in. But Only a handful of girls Are there. Man Bottom is not secure. One used to take for granted that men would act like men that there were limits beyond which they would not go. I Don t see How there could be two opinions about the use of j said the 78-year-old former Harvard professor and j assistant . Secretary of state who has won two pulitzer prizes one each for poetry and j drama. Our forefathers were very Clear on the fundamental right of revolution and i suppose the right of revolution involves the use of violence. But violence today is not really used for revolution but just to make life so miserable for everybody that you will Hope something will happen. This is a form of cheating i Don t see How you justify Macleish said he feels tre drug culture is a horrible an escapist solution. Yet he said the present Young peo ple Are better human beings than we be seen in a Long time. What we have to Hope for is that Means can be found to give this generation the Means to move the world in the direction it wants without coming up against the hard Wall of impose Macleish was asked if the approach of thanksgiving made him feel thankful for anything. Heavens of god he answered. We do have the Structure of a free society. And if we want it enough we can get it Back again another thing to be thankful for is the american nature the american Quality the tone of the average american. You run into them All Over the country staff photo by Sonny Smith for rehabilitation Bob Anderson Center treasurer of the pee Dee re habilitation facility receives a Check from Leo Ruff right president of the Flor ence civitan club. Al Kunz chairman of the Board of directors of the facility looks on. The pee Dee rehabilitation facility inc., is a workshop operated locally for the Benefit of the Community. Club projects enable the Civitano to raise the Money for the hews briefs Long election returns delay workers checks authorized payments f o r Florence county poll managers and workers in the november general election have been delayed due to administrative complications Henry j. Cooper Secretary of the Florence coun y election commission thursday. Cooper said he has submitted statements of election expenses to both the s. State election previously scheduled. Stewardship service miss South Carolina for 1971, Claudia Turner Cen Ter displays a poster with the motto of the 1970 s. Baptist convention at a stewardship service thursday night at Calvary Baptist Church in Florence. Look ing on Ore minister of education Homer Durham and Teena Dean youth Mem Ber of Calvary. Miss Turner performed a program of songs and delivered her personal Christian testimony. Staff photo by Sonny Smith Tate murder trial i continued from Page 1a Manson s attorney asked that his client s Case be severed saying we re ready to go to the jury the judge denied his motion along with another motion that Manson was being denied his right to a fair trial because the women were to Les their attorneys Fify against wishes. Manson 36, is on trial with Atkins miss Van Houten and Patricia Krenwinkel 22. State says Manson conceived the slayings and ordered others to carry them out. Attorneys estimated it would take the women five Days to their t e s t i m o by attorney Paul Fitzgerald spokesman for the four Man de team told newsmen the decision to rest Only this morning after a late night meeting with the defendants. When you see what the defendants have to he said will know Why we did it what changed our minds about putting on a full defense Case was the absolute Adam of the women defendants in wanting to Lake the Fitzgerald said a full defense had been planned with 84 Wil Nesses under subpoena. He said of the attorneys move to rest this is no acquiescence of we intend to vigorously fire this Case i Don t like be associated with a Case where my client does not follow my advice. But i am not going to abandon a defendant in an important murder Case such As the state rested last monday and court resumed after a two Day recess to arrange for wit Nesses and arguments on a motion to dismiss All charges. We wish to thank Hughes j jewellers for donating the Lovely engraving on our trophies for Wiir first fun match. Members of i he Florence Kennel club the judge denied he motion the prosecution argued that it j had proved its ease with 84 wit Nesses Over 23 weeks beyond any reasonable when the judge ruled against for dismissal after Fitzgerald argued that the state had presented no substantial Evi Dence of guilt. Fitzgerald argued too. That the stale s Star witness former Manson family member Linda Kasabian who was granted in commission and to the Florence county Council but has not As yet received checks from the two agencies probably due to administrative he said he will process and mail the authorized checks As soon As he receives the Money which he expects Early next week. A Factor involved in the processing he noted was the Long drawn out election tabulations this year As Well As the fact that Lection Laws this year required double number of poll workers. Cooper said Many precinct managers have inquired about not getting checks for their expenses but said the delay was not his fault. Probe robbery an alleged mugging and robbery of a North Carolina Man is under investigation by Florence police it was noted thursday. Bernie c. Strickland of Chad Burn n. C., reported to police officials that he was passing through Florence by bus Enro Ute to Clearwater fla., and had a Short Stop Over in Florence. He related to detective e. D. Streett that he decided to have a Beer during which time a Young Man engaged in a conversation with him. And they left the tavern together. He told the detective the Young Man mugged him then robbed him of his Money and bus ticket. Police said the victim did not indicate How much Money he reportedly had at the time of the alleged robbery late wednesday night. Court scheduled civil court of Florence will be convened three Days next week machine at Kirby s Hess service station on Lucas Street in North Florence and about s10 to ?15 Vas estimated to have been Aken from a drink machine at he american service station at he intersection of Palmetto and Dargan streets police sources said. Detectives Gene Lessmeister and Lucius Hill along with Cpl. Ene Kiker Are investigating the incidents which reportedly occurred during the night. Large number of civil lawsuits on the court Calendar was said to be another reason for the extra week of court. Thefts probed alleged thefts of Money from soft drink machines at service stations in separate sections of Florence were being investigated thursday by police. Money amount of an undetermined was taken from a floridian Dies after Accident a Florida Man died of injuries sustained in an Auto collision at he Florence museum the air and sheriff s missile depart the attorneys monday through wednesday defense rests i Bombshell. The three women Rose at once by judge William t Mcgowan who also will hold an l la Iube do Uhul i wanted to be following accomplice inward advancing j nov w toward the Bench but were res court As an accomplice he said her trained by bailiffs. I want to i shortened additional week of civil court the Unity from prosecution for testimony was an week commencing said the e thursday. Coroner w. T. Billy Eaddy being assisted by the Highway patrol and sheriff s department identified the victim As Jack Rolbin ii9, of North Miami Beach. Fla. Rolbin was critically injured wednesday night in a freakish series of collisions on u. S. Highway 301, before crashing in to the Cyclone Type Fence surrounding the air and missile museum near the municipal Airport North of Florence. Highway Palm. Gilbert Fowler said Rolbin was the Only occupant of a Florida bound Auto Tolbin received emergency pee Dee scout Council elects executive Board elected Saunders the pee Dee area Council. B. At its annual business and meeting m. Bridges president for 1971. Bridges is a Florence attorney Holder of the Silver Beaver award t h e Scouter s key and served As scoutmaster of troop 478 for several years. He also served for several years As advisor to the Santee Lodge order of the Arrow. John Paxton Florence was elected Council commissioner. Outgoing president. John g. Wellman was elected Council vice president and other vice presidents Are As follows Henry t. Everett Summerton Edwin Malloy jr., Cheraw and e. Craig Wall jr., Conway. John Paxton Florence was elected Council commissioner. Outgoing Wellman president. John g. Was elected Council vice president and other vice presidents Are As follows Henry t. Everett Edwin Malloy jr., Cheraw and e. Craig Wall jr., Conway. J. Holliday j. L. Smith Florence c. Alex Harvin jr., Summerton Edwin Malloy or. John Monroe Gali vants ferry Cheraw a. M. Florence and Quattlebaum or. J. E. Copenhaver Hartsville. Were elected National Council representatives. M. H. Dameron Florence was elected treasurer. Elected As assistant treasurers Are j. Graham Rose and j. B. Aiken jr., both of Florence. Holliday was chairman of the nominating committee. Council training chairman de r. Wood Hartsville presented the Wood badge award to c. L. Buddy Braden and Gerald r. Walters of Myrtle Beach. Or. J. E. Coopenhaver Hartsville presented the regional Belt award to president John g. Conway of the Cobb Sumter will serve As pro Gram director and Senseney will be tour director of Philmont scout ranch edition next summer. Craig Wall jr., of presented a report finance committee and Edwin Malloy reported on plans for several Council wide explorer activities for 1971. The annual Council recognition banquet will be held on feb. 15, 1971 with Thomas k. Keene As speaker. Saunders m. Bridges scouting officer pm strike Wellman. Council camping chairman Archie Dargan Myrtle Beach presented certificates of appreciation to Doug Miller Marion and David Senseney Bennettsville Miller served As Camp director and Senseney As program director of Camp Coker this past summer. He announced that Miller win serve As Camp director for 1971. Thad l. Continued trim Page 1a Only two units had rejected it a unit at Balti More by a vote of to 906 and a 90-member unit at War Ren Mich., by a vote of 44 to 27. Two plants required for a re turn to full production still Are among the 43 without local level agreements and Are planning to extend their walkouts. They Are a Chevrolet Plant at suburban Warren which makes suspension systems for All full size Chevrolet Pontiac old mobiles and bricks and a fish or body Plant at Mansfield Ohio which Stamps out body parts used in All automotive divisions. In the past strikes continuing in support of local level de mands have kept shut or Crip pled automakers after National agreement had been pm for five weeks in 1964 and Ford for two weeks in 1967. At the Plant settlements cover the work Pace and working conditions such As ventilation availability of water coolers and toilets heating cleanliness and safety. Pm estimates the National agreement will raise Eis of production workers to to in its final year. It ties second and third year wages without limit to the Rise or fall of the Cost of living and permits a 58 with 30 years service to retire at a monthly pension. The wage increase amounts to a bit Over an hour Over the three years. When pm workers struck the average hourly Auto motive wage was pm said its estimate was based on the Cost of living advancing As much in the next three years As in the past three and with workers averaging the same amount of Over time. The due members who had been working without a contract since sept. 15, will receive first year wage increases of Between 49 and 55 cents an hour. In the second and third years of the contract wages will in crease by 11 to 19 cents an hour. Like the Law settlement the due pact contains a clause for unlimited raises tied to the Cost of living. Their tentative settlement also like the Law s provides for retirement at a a month pension after 30 years service at age 58, with the age require ment dropping to 56 in the third year of the contract. Aid Malaysia Kuala Bumpur a the United nations children s emergency fund will give the malaysian National family plan Ning Board a Grant for training personnel and Purchase of teaching aids a Board spokesman said t. J. Collins Hemingway Jackson Collins. Theodore 78, retired treatment in Mcleod infirmary Causey. Farmer died thursday morning at a Florence Hospital after an extended illness., funeral services will be con ducted saturday at 2 . At the Rehobeth pentecostal holiness Church by the Rev. Robert James the Rev. Mendel Moore and the Rev. Marvin Cannon. Burial directed by Morris funeral Home will be in the state Field cemetery in Horry county. He was born in the Evergreen Section of Horry county a son of the late George Washington and Adell Cook Collins. He was a member of the Rehobeth pentecostal holiness Church and was married twice. His first wife was the late Andrew Gunter Andre w mrs. Viola Benton Hemingway Jackson Gunter Timmonsville mrs. 65. Of it. Viola Johnson Buntun. S3, of the Blenheim owner and operator of Sardis Community died thurs Gunter s service station in Day night in a Florence nursing Blenheim died wednesday night Home after a Long illness. In a Laurinburg . Hospital. Funeral arrangements will be funeral services will be con announced by Layton Perry ducted at 3 . Friday at the i funeral Home. Pleasant Hill Baptist Church by the Rev. James hucks and the Rev John 0. Carter. Burial will be directed by Morris funeral Home. Or. Gunter was born in William Oliver _ Carlyle Oliver. 55, of the Bethany Community. Died Gunter. Surviving Are his wife. Mrs. Marie Nobles Gunter o f Blenheim two Brothers Tillman Gunter of Georgetown and Oliver Gunter of Huntersville a. Funeral services will be announced by Floyd funeral Home of Olanta. I Ink and was then sent to medical College Hospital in Charleston. Next week i Coroner Eaddy said Rolbin died Story must be corroborated in Siad miss Krenwinkel. I due to Der California Law by other Evi miss Atkins said she did too. I has necessitated the additional thanksgiving holidays thursday about 2 . Of head injuries sustained in the col de nce and this was not done. Manson sat silent. Week As a special term not vision. The Driver of a truck that was j struck by the Rolbin Auto was identified As John David Brown 25. Of Mullins and apparently was uninjured. A passenger in the truck stall pm Iota by Johnny Ellis alumni meet or. Carl g. Campbell left assistant to the president of North Greenville Junior College at Tigerville discussed the improvement that have been made in the College s facilities with about 15 Peg Dee area alumni and their wives thursday. The alumni were told that the College has retained its accreditation by the Southern association of schools and colleges. Among those attending the dinner were a a. Mckinney Center director of alumni affairs and j. V. President of the Florence alumni chapter. Survivors Are his second wife is. Alice Young Collins of the Home nine sons Stafford Billy Hoyt Larry James Charles Winston and Terry Collins All of Hemingway and Ralph Collins of Johnsonville four daughters mrs. Julius e. Baxley and mrs. Jimmy Pope both of hem Ingway mrs. Donald Langley of Florence and mrs. N e r o n Langley of Elpaso Tex. Three nag Greic. Three Sisters. Mrs. Janie Darlington Louis William and mrs. Ruth Powers i Gregg died tuesday morning Wilson Legette. 22, of Marion Furman and Elmora suffered head injuries and was hospitalized in Florence wednes Day night but was being transferred thursday night to a Marion Hospital. His condition was termed satisfactory by Hospital sources however. Coroner Eaddy said he has made no ruling in the Case pen Ding the completion of his investigation. Today in Florence a . Florence Lions club meeting at the Florence country club. . Alcoholics Anonymous meeting at the a. Assembly Hall at 413 South Church Street. Collins both of Conway and drier Collins of Lancaster a sister mrs. L. Cook of hem Ingway 25 grandchildren and five great grandchildren. Mrs. Gertrude Allen Lillington n. Mrs. Gertrude Jones Allen 68, of Bunnlevel n. C., died thursday at a local Hospital after an extended illness. Funeral services will be con ducted saturday at 2 . At the Bunnlevel presbyterian Church. Burial will be in the Church cemetery directed by o Quinn both of Hemingway and Lydie Hayes of Florence Sidney r. Gibson Centenary Sidney mrs after a Short illness. Funeral arrangements will be announced by Jordan funeral Home. Surviving Are two Sisters . Mamie Gregg of Boston funeral Home. Mrs. Allen was born in get More phones Pretoria a South Africa will spend billion on to Blum of nieces mrs. T. Nichols s. C., a daughter of the late William evander and Willie Nance Jones. Surviving Are two sons l. Allen jr., of Durham n. C., and Jack Allen of Bunnlevel two of of Brothers Herman Jones nieces and Aubrey Jones Lecoma imitations i decade and will in the next increase the number of telephones from 1.5 million to two million in the next four years the government announced. Nichols five Sisters mrs. B. J. Blume of nieces mrs. T. Parham sr., of Marietta n. C., mrs. F. G. Beardsley o f Florence mrs. Nell barn Ltd of Silver Spring md., and mrs. To. Taylor of Nichols and six grandchildren. Gibson 67, a Centenary Community Farmer died at his Home wednesday afternoon after a Short illness. Funeral services will be con ducted at 11 . Saturday at Smith Brothers funeral Home by the Rev. Calvin Maher. Burial will be in the Areilus Baptist Church cemetery. J or. Gibson was a son of the lat car. And mrs. Cicero Gibson 74. Died thursday in a Dillon Centenary Community. Hospital after a Brief illness surviving Are his wife mrs funeral services will be con Grace Huggins Gibson two ducted at u . Saturday in Sisters mrs Henry j. Elrod of Williams funeral Home burial Columbia and mrs. John r. Drake of Ypsilanti Mich. And a half brother c. A. Gibson or. Of Mullins. Robinson Mcfadden mass., and mrs. Hattie. Louise Scott of new York. N. Y. Four Brothers Willie Gregg and William Gregg both of Washington. D.c., Clayton Gregg of fort Campbell ky., and David Gregg of Darlington. Henry port Dillon Henry Bucky port Lake City Robinson Mcfadden 65, died monday in a local Hospital. Funeral services will be held saturday at 1 . At. My. Carmel holiness Church by elder Earlcy sing Clary with burial directed by Green s funeral Home in the state cemetery. Surviving Are his wife mrs. Georginia Mcfadden one son Sherwood Mcfadden of Cades iwo daughters mrs. Mrs. Lurleen Haynes of Georgetown and miss Lizzie Ann Mcfadden of Lake City two Brothers Johnny Mcfadden and Waller Mcfadden Bolh of Lake City and one sister mrs. La Adtlus Speights of Lake City. Wil by in c surviving Are his wife mrs. Elizabeth Rogers port two sons Cecil port of Dillon and Tommie port of Laurinburg . Two daughters. Maurice Evans of Dillon and mrs. Katie Mcdonald of Colum Bia a brother Bennie port of Hemingway two Sisters mrs Hattie Ard and mrs. Carrie Ard. Both of Hemingway and eight grandchildren. Other s. Deaths mrs. G. Shirley Anderson mrs. Carrie Corry Colum Bia Arthur i or null Columbia w. A Lewis Little River miss Blake Holly Jefferson s. ,1. Young Plantersville n. Ii. I Llcy sr., Ridgeland Al. Llynne Ridgeland ii. S. Hoffman Columbia j. K. Tyner West Columbia

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